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"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"Yeah. So I mean obviously the the heaviest hitter right now on my opinions cloud. Just, overall as a as a macro trend from both from an IT and security. Standpoint because they're you know it and security inexorably intertwined. So where it goes wants to take the the infrastructure and applications. As you know, security's gotta be mock step in a cloud is you know even more conservative companies that that might have even uttered the word cloud five years ago are getting pretty serious about it now and and if I can is well on our cloud journey. And so with that, you know the IT brings a couple of trends with it and you know the first one you know we've already. Touched on which governance at scale, which is you know I think the the core mandate of security in the cloud environment is to to supply guardrails. and. By that, I mean you know when you look at a provisioning and then access governance or access provisions for you know you want to be you on your teams to be nimble he wants them to go to provision environments quickly but how do you do that at scale? Security in place, you've got to think about the frameworks that you can put in place ideally with automated solutions that can help. You assess in real time, the the infrastructure being provisions, and how everything's being configured and have all your policies in place to say, Hey, go provisions and you know they can't hurt themselves in the process too much because of the. The PLA policies that are applied that have been put in place in agreed upon and then oversight to to see if things change over time or if there's some way to circumvent some of those guardrails that you have really fast detection to go take remediation steps ideally automated were working on automation for the remediation. Detects this, run a lambda go shut it down. Or fix it. and. I started interrupt. I was just GonNa. Say I think a lot of these trends that you're you're talking about if you don't leverage automation as a way to help manage that and you try to do with the old kind of manual process. You're just making things worse. You're you're you're actually. Getting better at anything you you have to hire an army. It's going to cost you way to secure your businesses making. Yeah exactly. Exactly. I mean that's the main thing is a lot of companies are going to cloud, define the obviously get resiliency and you get. Access to tap resources at should help drive innovation. Accelerate delivery in. Great..

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"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"So they're taking advantage of that trend. and then you know ransomware Kinda it's like it flares up and then fizzles and flares up and fizzles and and so we're seeing. Some ransomware again as Phobos grand crab, a handful of others. and. It's just like the regular M- just goes in cycles. and then of course, targeting a web applications API is you know for for exploit. So they're they're always scanning what's out on the Web from an application standpoint that might still be susceptible to all the old trustees like cross site scripting sequel injection or other other exploit methods. Though, they might target the underlying platforms to if you're running on like a content management system or something like that the target that as well So it's a lot of that Ted anyone who's been insecurity for wild. You sounds really familiar not seen a whole lot of novel stuff like just hey, here's something that's really flashy really new and be aware of this so. They don't need it. I mean there's I mean when we when we first started verden now Mandy and security validation. But when I start up, the whole idea was did we want keep on chasing zero days and the is It out of these the. Late stage threat analysis frameworks that were put out or do we want it is based on on behaviors and we said look there's there's only a finite number of militias behaviors whether it's related to lateral movement or data xfinity see two or. Business logic attacks. Now, the attacks ride on top of them are going to be completely different, but they're always going to follow this process. So we tried to yeah yeah. Yeah it's it's it's never ending. If you try to trace every single attack type you mentioned something as well. I'm hearing a lot of folks like you people that are managing large large security infrastructures talking about just simple cloud miss configurations leading to you know the extra buck on the wrong side. So maybe they architecture was supposed to go wife web application, traditional firewall database application in because a few incorrect key strokes the WAF- and the fire or on the wrong side and the the database in. Asian is on the other side. It was really hard to do that in your local data center because you'd have to change routing and. Abel's around but it's a couple of key strokes, right? Cloud and that seems to be happening a lot actually. It, really it is in. Their governance at scale really kicks in and I'm sure we could touch on that. In a bit but that's that's definitely a newer paradigm to a lot of companies are waiting in the cloud. One that had would strongly everyone be very conscientious of when you're developing defying cloud strategies is to figure out how to address. Configurations I would wager that the the number of cloud incidents are percentage of incidents that are due to miss configurations is probably you know in the eighty to ninety percent rain I think you're absolutely right. you know. Zero days and fundamental flaws and cloud infrastructure that are allowing these types of exploits to happen. It's just how people are setting things up. Yeah. Yeah. Well, let let let's talk a little bit about governance and maybe some of the other trends as well that saying things that are how they're evolving right now..

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"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

05:07 min | 3 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"Yeah. Yeah. It's gotTa be integrated. Be Seamless. I was in I was in Central America, and I won't name the the country just because I don't know how many. Financial Services companies might be doing this there but they had for their multi multi factor authentication. They gave all of their customers basically like a a card I I guess I'll call it a Bingo card for lack of a better word. So you had x. y access and When would it come up based on? They'd log in username password than ask for the Co when the code was predicated to this card, which had some type of serial number idea to them and said, okay, g seven and then gave them gave him this and that's how they would do their multi factor authentication wasn't horrible. It's actually a a somewhat elegant idea a somewhat low tech, elegant idea I think But now now, of course, people are converting that to if they don't have to have a key fob doing it on their on their mobile phones, right so it's very easy click and it just passes it through but So even cases like that where perhaps you had a a public that didn't have access to that type of attack they still wanted security such demand. There's such a push and I'm sure that's just something that's. Evolving probably every every year in your industry right trying to make things easier for the consumer trying to make them more secure at the same time and playing that balancing act. Yeah. It is. I mean you know the authentication experience is been you know a big big push for US trying to get. You know uniform indication across the board trying to find ways to make multi factor is effective as possible without impacting user experience and so yeah, that's just it's sort of expected. It's. That easier harder, the same any I don't think cloud has had much of an impact on it. Directly I mean, a lot of the cloud stuff just you know kind. And ties into whatever you're already doing and so we're not seeing cloud chain disrupt that too much but it's more about you know whatever platform they're touching. They don't want different authentication experiences. They don't WanNa pivot to this happen to have to reauthenticate. They. Don't WANNA BE CHALLENGED FOR MFA. Every single time if they're within session and and we really don't necessarily want to challenge them every time anyway, you know..

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"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

04:59 min | 3 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Cybersecurity Effectiveness Podcast

"Dj How you doing. Great, how're you doing great I love the I. Really Do love that steam punk lamp behind you and you were talking about that. That's that's cool stuff. Now, it does that like a theme have you done that throughout your entire house or is that just like one particular piece? It is well, I have that piece and then you can't see it. But over here, my shelving kind of follows that theme so. Just trying to trying to soup up the office a little bit for the work from home will. The new home for sheriff's right. So have you been able to get out any camping or fishing or any outdoor activities? Yeah. Yeah. I've been able to get out. So kind broke from quarantine a couple times to get away. So did a camping trip have have a little bit of property fortunate enough to up in North Carolina. Mountain Smoky Mountains. So got to get out and and taken some nature which is always good and then actually last week in the family went down to Navarre, beach and got to get out in the ocean and do some fishing and and play in the sand which was awesome. Family needed a a respite from the quarantine. So it was good really good to get out. When the kids just get super excited to go go to target. Or Costco. You know it's time to take him. Exactly now, did you do deep sea fishing out there or fly fishing or what he's doing? Yeah. So we were fishing surf SOM- caught some black-tailed course catch and release always let fish go. And that was really exciting. People are always shocked and amazed. Oh, where did you catch that? It was great on the shore like where people swim. Sharks there too. So there there are bigger they you know. My brother-in-law caught one that was doing the fishermen thing about you know round that big. So pretty decent size I take off the to- yeah. Yeah. But they're they're they're pretty benign sharks. They're pretty friendly to kind of keep to themselves and then we did actually get out and do some deep sea fishing caught some red snapper. Fish and and things like that. So that was really close. We did a little six hour expedition out into the Gulf Oh that's a pretty a pretty long long one six hours. Yeah. Yeah. It was good. I took my daughter's deep sea fishing. We fish off Costa. Santa. Cruz. And usually go fishing for link cod or depending on the day maybe salmon it just depends. And my youngest daughter. She had just dropped the hook and and she's kind of releasing it and she's counting how many seconds for. Down she goes is the very first time fishing. Any kind of fishing she goes I got got one I'm like you probably caught like a fisherman next to you or a piece of coral. But sure enough she did and she had a fish and she was like she's real it entries doing the whole thing I'm just letting go and all of a sudden. It just goes slack. And she's like Oh and I go I go sometimes you know the fish will break the line or maybe didn't have it all the way it got free She she feels it in and all she has is the head of the Salmon Happens it wasn't sharks there, but we have a lot of sea lions and. SMART, enough to know..

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"siem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

02:00 min | 5 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe

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"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

07:05 min | 7 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Mine okay. What does it eight a frog news delicious? I don't know the second time we went to. It was also so grilled frog. I just had to try because it was unique but then I ate it and thought. Wow this is really actually very good. And I'm not just talking about frog legs. It's a whole grilled frock. I mean we went to the a few restaurants that were very traditional Cambodian restaurants and the one that we like to think it's in our blog. Post is marketing kitchen. Yeah and that was. That was really good. They have a special dish. That's fish dish with a broth. It's not really like it's kind of like a very spicy like basically. It's not like a Thai curry but it's a fish dish with broth and with rice and I mean it's it's very good. I would say that that's probably the only thing that really stands out in my mind as a best meal your kitchen right on the street. I mean there there. There will be other authentic restaurants. Nc. Depends how off the beaten path yet. But if you're going for one that's right there on pub street kitchen from what we were recommended and then you know after having gone is going to have authentic Cambodian food but it's not hard to get to that being said. There was a restaurant that we ate at that was in a bathtub. And I don't exactly remember what that was called but we went to a place that was like it was a restaurant had bathtub sitting outside the bath. I think it's a different blog post. We have a couple on Cambodia but that was the one that was eight years ago. So I'm really sorry I don't remember. It might not be there. Yeah that's true because even the Guest House that we stayed in both times now. I think it's still there but it has a different name so obviously things change a lot in. Siem Reap especially the smaller local places. I mean obviously the chain hotels always going to be the same but the local guest houses that are run by actual Cambodian people those I feel like. They just changed their name or they change. Ownership that yeah. I'm GonNa just give a few names out here. These are post but we just had it up here so I wanted to make sure we had Cambodian soup. Was the place on Pub Street right the frog and I did a lot of research about the best frog and then Viva Mexican plus the name of the Mexican Deaf Dollar Fifty Margaritas so again five years ago. Maybe they're still there. You got to go check it out for yourself if not. I'm sure they've been replaced by equally kitschy places on puppetry. All right. Last question for Siem Reap the most surprising thing. Well I don't know I'm trying to remember something that would be the most Cambodian people are very nice. I I think that in Thailand you just people are smiling lot more. So what I'm going to say is I don't know that Cambodian people necessarily are Smiley as tie people are but they were all very nice but the most surprising thing for me was the level of children trying to con you on the street. You remember how that was the big thing the first time we were there and it was really challenging for me because they do this little scam where like a young child will have a baby brother or sister might not even be actually their baby brother or sister but they're carrying them around asking for money for milk and so you think okay. You need to give this child money because this baby needs milk from the convenience store but they don't it's such a scam and ours remember like this child held my hand and walk with me down the street asking for money for milk and I almost gave it to them. Which was like no you candidates scam. Someone told me they're like milk. Scamming Kimbro off the are still doing that in Cambodia. That was really hard for me because I just wanted to give them all my money so I don't know I mean obviously there scams in other countries as well I guess maybe similar to this but it was just really prominent in Siem Reap So. That was kind of a surprising thing for me. I'm going to end with a weird one. Anchor was absolutely amazing and so even though we had I- expectations it exceeded those again. Geologists keep hammers. Get in the temple early because it's infinitely better than if you're in there were hordes of crowds but I would say the most surprising thing for me was how weird it felt to get a fish massage and so the fish massages when you stick your feet in a tub of goldfish and they eat the dead skin off your feet. I thought this won't be that weird like everyone's sitting there doing it. I could not keep my feet in there. It felt so odd. I thought you would just feel like a tiny little sensations and it was tickly. It was very quickly. It's like they were like you could feel the fish sucking on your feet. It was very very odd. We have a video of it. I thought okay. I'm going to do this for the video. You know. I'll put my feet in. There might feel weird for a second. I'll Keep Min. I could not keep my feet in that water. So that was the most surprising thing for me. Goofy but Yeah that and how good the frog was so you guys have it? That's that is our quarantine. Diaries on Sam Reef our best of obviously the big overarching theme. When it comes to see him reap is going to see anchor Watt and even though it keeps getting more recognition and even their keeps being more tourists. We highly recommend going and checking out. If you're in that part of the world it really is a can't miss place to go and Anchor Watt and definitely. If you're going look up Boondi you can find it on extra pack of peanuts Dot Com just search damn reap find are posted on his phone numbers on both of those emails on. They're having a good driver. Makes all the difference in the world and Boone is the best of the best so one of our favorite people in the world. Go corentin diary. Yeah I a little faster. I thought because I wasn't holding the car. I didn't even realize that was originally. Keep it to fifteen minutes so we still went over but if you guys are listening and you like the show we we did a mean reviews show a couple shows ago where we read the Muse. That people would post on itunes. We said we wanted to get to a thousand reviews on itunes. We had five hundred eleven at that time right now we have drum roll heff five hundred eighty one so seventy of awesome people and review the show. Thank you we. WanNa get two thousand so now we need four hundred and nineteen more of you. If you're listening to show to go leave review we love to get to a thousand people and don't forget the quarantine dyers. 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"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

04:36 min | 7 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Travel nerds and welcome to the extra pack of peanuts travel. Podcast show teaches you how to travel more while spending less joining me. Today is someone who needs her Second Cup of Coffee. It is after noon. It's not late afternoons. Just right after noon. When we're recording twelve fifty four. Okay so you're go for a second cup of Coffee Cup of Coffee Day. It certainly is. I don't know why maybe it's having two kids but I'm feeling a little bit tired today and a cup for each kid. Sure so we are going to be talking about a country that we have been to twice and I did have a good coffee there okay. It's not a country that it's really known for. Its good coffee. Not But the second time we went we were able to find a very cute coffeeshop. Yeah we're talking about Cambodia. So if you guys are joining us for the first time to our Corinthian. Diaries unedited off-the-cuff Short Dir podcasts. That we have on ITV's so you can watch us. Hi or you can. Of course listen to it on the podcast feed and we are doing many many destinations. Basically the best of these destinations and we have been Cambodia twice but the first time we went was eight years ago and the second time we went was five years ago. So it's been a little while so it's fun for us to take a jog back memory lane because Cambodia was one of the very first countries that we ever to on our first backpacking trip. No wrong we did not go. To Cambodia first backpacking second line. Third one travel seriously went to Thailand and Malaysia. On our first backpacking trip. Then we went to Australia. Yeah I didn't answer that backpacking backpacks and we bumped around and then we went to Cambodia. Thailand again Gotcha. Okay so on our third trip within the first year of US becoming quote unquote backpackers. We did hold go to Cambodia and it is a bit of a run down memory lane. So you've got your cards here. I always I was hoping maybe you would do the card so that I could drink my coffee. I'll do the cards on. It was just mother's Day. I'm still demanding things out of trav- I never knew that stopped. Oh so here we go first question about Cambodia. Half is the most beautiful sight start off. Yeah well I mean. I think that everybody knows what the most site is in Cambodia and when we talk about Cambodia we've only been to see 'em reap so this is actually a reap. Yes thirty Majett Specif- scenery we've never been to any of the pen or the beaches cities through the beaches down south. So we're just basically talking about seeing and obviously the most beautiful sight is anchor. What however that is thousands of temples. I'm not sure how many temples there are in that whole complex but it's humongous. You can export for days. You mean you need a couple of days if you want to see all of it or most of it so the main temple obviously I would say is. I don't know if it's the most beautiful but it's definitely the most striking sunrise the very first time and wow. It was really incredible and the first time we went there weren't as many tourists so back in two thousand twelve. We were there. We went for sunrise. I would say maybe there were a couple hundred people me and then when we win a years later we went for sunrise. There were probably some of people I would say maybe triple. I don't know ten at people 'cause when we were first exploring that first time that we went there were parts of the main temple complex where we were the only people there was. The main temple complex is called anchor. What the name of the whole area but also the main temple and I would second. Obviously if you're going to him reap you're you're probably going to see Angkor Watt and. It is absolutely amazing. We'll talk a little bit about this later on in this little show here. I think when we talk about most beautiful site the beauty of anchor. What is getting in ahead of the crowd? So there's already going to be a lot of crowds but wake up early. Gopher Sunrise but as soon as the sun starts to rise over anchor. What run inside because you.

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"siem" Discussed on Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

06:08 min | 8 months ago

"siem" Discussed on Down the Security Rabbithole Podcast

"But not much else. That's what that's what got clicks. What you've got you on stage but that is not what solves the problems that we're really facing Jeremiah. And our sneaker doing they they seem to guys like if anybody insecurity should get the problems we have. Those two guys would be would be in that group for me. And what have they done? They've gone in started at an asset discovery discarded company correct. Yeah no that. That's the ad that that thing is. Podcast I mean the fact that Ed management discovery is coming back. As a hot thing is is about customer sewn and I was like okay. I'm not ready to blame fence for everything and I've never been on the offensive side. I've done very little pen testing many years ago so but still i. So I'm kind of kind of blue team defender Guy here. But it's hard for me to blame. Blamed offense offensive. Be being hot because I think that this hotness can steal a could have been channelled into something different that how defense as cool as well but it wasn't really done so I don't think it's the stunt hackers fault. I think it's kind of a community. Just less industry fault that this energy was kind of fizzled. As opposed to channel sound were useful. Am I rambling here? Possibly I am but but I think you're you know you've got a point because much like You know much like the news. What's the old line if it bleeds? It leads right. So we'd like we'd like a you know. The news likes a good car wreck with lots of car and lots of people injured. Why because people tune into that Why do we have you know? Why do we have traffic jams when the accident is not even on the roads off aside because people like to crane their necks and see what happens like this is why the stuff became super popular? And we put a top. We many conferences around it. Many conferences around it and some of his point right right by at least one in the world every day right which is kind of kind of insane but but to really start to solve the problems that that security has at its base you know and whatever whatever use case you want us whether it's the recent as recent as Equifax as far back as target or way back before that right. What kind of problems? They actually facing these. Were not something that you could throw. Technology at and saw these were human interface problems right. There was an even more to the point. Like the you know the the issue that many companies and I worked on a network that had a million and a half nodes right so this was not a small network. How do you get to how to even if you have one? Patch to deploy across a million and a half nodes right save. There's only only ten thousand of those like it it it simply these numbers don't work in the way we think about like at them at that scale and then to a different point but related right. How do you even measure some of the things that how do you get to the things that you don't even know about 'cause after time we're like okay job we've patched also all ten servers mail about an somebody else out there in the back black out there going? You forgot to fourteen. You don't know about. Yeah Yep and since not going to help us with that Yeah symbol. Tell you that you've done it but We'll go beyond you tell you what you've done it makes your makes you are. Dss assessor happy. They as the bad guys. Siping all your data away unless unless if you're negligent it may actually make you kinda sad than the assessor will. It depends because sometimes deals that you actually haven't done a good job and you are in fact negligence. So sometimes that's that's the result. Well I duNno I sort of worry about some of these companies. That have these massive sims where. They're logging everything but not really doing a good job of detection because what in fact I think they are doing when the lawyers find out about that basically. You're logging evidence against yourself right. There they won in fact sure evidence of negligence in the case of that. Which are you know? Sometimes they're more hilarious than others. But yes you're right ultimately You your pain to eventually pay more all right well. This has been a riot. Where nearly fifteen minutes I told just want to go quick. We can do like three of these and not run out of topics man all right. So what's what's next for you or You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA stick around for Awhile while and tried to assure because it's There are many more dark and dark but like deep It technical capabilities that can drag out of our internal environment of course And then making them in the product of course google original home of Of Kinda Zero Trust approach to network and then if you other things that we have can become products and I think that become that may be part of a mission to make it Helpless See the light of the world that would be That would be great. Just don't do it the way Amazon. Stealing it by Like I think Google kind of made this famous. You know where you kind of put to sing in Beta throws him code together throat in the world. Good luck people. Start to use it and gets nuked. But I I think. I think the company's maturing I'm like an evaluation process so get to it. You got some work to do but for sure. There's that okay perfect. Thank you for inviting me and looking for all right. Thanks folks for listening. That was Anton Advocate News. Join US in. We babbled on about seminar. I Dunno some adjacent stuff. I guess it's been a blast. I hope you took a lot of notes or at least laughed long. 'cause I know I was on mute laughing half the time and it's been it's been enjoyable. Thanks for you. Thank you folks. We'll talk to you another time and another place on yet. Another Dallas queudrue rabbit hole. Podcasts until then JOE is we've bathed out on another down the security rabbit hole episode. We'd like to encourage you to chat with our hosts and guests using the twitter. Hashtag D. T. S..

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Sharing Your Long Term Strategic Plan With Your Team

The $100 MBA Show

06:44 min | 11 months ago

Sharing Your Long Term Strategic Plan With Your Team

"Before we get into details of why you want to share your long term strategic plan plan with your team the benefits of it and had to do it. Let's talk about what a strategic plan is. It's basically a very simple document. This could be five or six pages and I. It's simply a Google Doc. We prefer Google dunk because everybody on our company has a company email and we can easily share here this dock with anybody with a company email and the doc is basically an overview of what our mission our vision is with a company is all about what we do who who our customers are how we actually acquire these customers but then he goes into the details of what we want to accomplish in the next year in the next six three years and in the next ten years and it actually starts with a ten year plan. And I like that because this actually gives you a broader perspective on what you're trying to achieve in the long term a ten year plan a really allows you to see where the company is going what the ambitions is our and also sells your police when they read it. Hey this company is here to stay and actually has a plan for the next ten years that really inculcates a lot of confidence but but even just for you as the leader you understand. Hey this is where we see ourselves in ten years when you have a ten year plan or a- tenure vision you really start to realize wow I gotta think big I think a how M- really going to influence the marketplace and really help our users than the people that we serve serve customers and this plan has detailed numbers like how much revenue you're gonNA make every month will your profitability goals. What's the size of your your company? How many employees? What some of the products or features your products will half what are some milestones or? Maybe there are certain people you're trying to connect with in your business people that are that you would love to have his users or clients who's on that wishlist for your clients. So that's the ten year plan but you're under the same thing for three years as well as the next year two thousand twenty and then you break down that year that you have head into quarterly goals. Quarter one two three and four. What you you're going to achieve in each quarter? What's the focus? What are the outcomes? What are the deadlines so you understand? What the focus is for the next three months? It's a very very clean and straightforward strategic. Plan that looks ahead as far as ten years as well as the next three months onces nears three months shouted Dan Martell. Dan Martell DOT COM our business coach. Who shared this Strategy with us the strategic plan we implemented it And it's thanks to him so now that you have your should planet and by the way it took us a good to full working days to put together there are strategic plan. A lot of discussion a lot of No taking and writing down and really just trying to figure out where we're heading and this is a group exercise anybody who is in upper management. You know we met with me. WHO's the CEO the COO Nicole as well as our CTO Taylor and we really went through the whole document? point-by-point made sure that we were happy with the answers that we knew without a shadow of a doubt. Some clarity to where we're we're going in the next ten years three years year each quarter. Now once we nailed our strategic plan it was time to share with the team and this is the leap. A lot of people. Don't take Jake we decided. Hey why are we just keeping this to ourselves. Let's share with every single person that works on the team to the understand what they're working towards the also so can see how they can contribute towards those goals in whatever role they're in this is incredibly helpful and I'll share some of the things that I learned through sharing drink the strategic plan with the team. So how do we do this. Well we do an all hands meeting this meeting with every single employee every single month and it's a video call because we're a remote team team and there's people around the world that work for us so we wanted to make sure that we address this strategic plan in that meeting so we dedicate about twenty minutes into the meeting. We went through the document. Would you go into super detail. But we went through enough for them to understand the highlights but then after the meeting we said we're GONNA share this document with everybody was shared in the Google doc and we said Hey. Do you have any questions. Please let us know. Want you to take your time and read this in detail but we went over the highlights at the meeting itself. We didn't get a big agree action or a lot of feedback. I think we'll just kind of absorbing what they heard but afterwards I got a lot of private messages and on meetings or on calls got a lot of great positive feedback from the team saying hey I really found that useful. I now understand why we're doing what we're doing. I understand our wise accompany more of the things I was really surprised by how inspiring it was inspired. Wow this is where we're going in ten years is what we're going to do with somebody's GonNa look like this is incredible. I WANNA be part of it. It also instills confidence in your team. Like hey this team. This management team has it together. You could be doing this. And if you don't share they don't no no it. They don't know what you do behind the scenes but when you share they're like Oh wow. The Siem actually has a plan for us and that management really has our backs and sharing sharing what they've decided with us so that were in the know so it gives them confidence in management in you but most of all what this does by sharing your your strategic plan with your team it gives them the blueprint of how to win the understand. What winning looks like this is what winning? Looks like at my Mike Company and this company. If you feel like you're winning these are the things that we have to accomplish. Managing you're playing a sport but you didn't know how to score your know what would get you points on the scoreboard. That'd be incredibly frustrating. And that's how things are in a lot of companies people show up to work. The do the tests are told but they're not really sure if they're doing well or not with a strategic plan could say. Hey you know what I'm doing things towards the plan towards the goals we have in the near future and in the long term future now even though we shared this this strategic plan. This is not the end. It's GonNa take more iterating more time more discussion. We're going to have to refer back to it in our next all hands meeting we're GONNA have to talk about it in our retreats people need reminders and we all need to be reminded of what the prizes what we're trying to work towards so this has got to be something that it's not just shared once and just forgot about has referred back to it's got to be like the scoreboard. Look at the score. How we doing have we hit our goals for the quarter

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How to Practice 'Intuitive Eating' in an Office Environment

Food Psych

06:37 min | 1 year ago

How to Practice 'Intuitive Eating' in an Office Environment

"Have you step into intuitive eating and away from structured meals when you work in an office environment and bring your own meals and snacks? I'm having a hard time figuring out. How to a truly intuitively eat in this setting due to my having to prepacked food to bring to work so thanks tail for that great question and before? I answer just my standard standard disclaimer. That these answers and this podcast in general are for informational and educational purposes only and are not substitute for individual medical or mental health. Advice vice so this is a great question and I think it gets at a misconception about intuitive eating which is that intuitive eating is about always eating eating exactly what you're craving in any given moment that's really not true while it's certainly important to be able to eat while you're craving when it's available to you when it's economically economically and logistically feasible. It isn't always going to be and really the ability to always eat exactly what you're craving in the moment without having to pre repack or preplanned is something that's only available to the extremely extremely wealthy who have the ability to just order food every time they want something right. Have seamless or post mates or whatever just deliver food constantly to their house or have a private chef prepare food for every single meal and snack for the rest of their lives. It's just not feasible for the rest of US right for the rest of us. There are always going to be times that we need to prepacked food or preplanned. What and where we're going to eat? It's and that is not anesthetic to intuitive eating at all in fact it's a really important part of intuitive eating because intuitive eating is about making sure we have enough food and have our needs for food. Mets in whatever situation where aunt and for those of us who work in offices and can't afford to buy our meals and snacks out every day or who work in workplaces where there isn't even anywhere nearby to buy food. We have to pack our meals and snacks in order to make sure that we have avenue food and have our needs met which is again. You know the central thing about intuitive eating those are the the most important principles of intuitive vedic now the tricky thing about packing and planning meals is that Dia Culture in This Day and age definitely makes quote unquote meal. Prep a total thing right. And if you look at instagram in the Hashtag tag meal prep which I don't recommend but just as a thought experiment you would see that Diet. Culture really has the lock on this concept of meal. Prep and so when you're are preparing and pre packing meals to try to make sure you have enough and have your needs for food met in a way. That's consistent with intuitive eating. It's important to make sure you're not meal prepping and packing in a diety way and the key to that is keeping two things in mind pleasure and abundance so in order to help make prepacked meals and snacks as pleasurable and abundant as possible. It might help to start out by making a list of the lunches and snacks axe. That you would just love to eat every day. If Diet culture weren't part of the equation at all so if diet culture wasn't anywhere in the mix and you could just have your dream meals and snacks at the office. What would those be? Just let your mind run wild. Let yourself just make a list of everything you really want to eat at the office and try to make your list include as wide a variety of foods as possible. So that you have lots and lots of options lots and lots of ideas then you can go to the grocery store and try. Try to get as close to those foods as you can based on your budget what's available near you and all that stuff and then prepare your food say like for example. You're Ooh I would really love Pastrami sandwiches to have at the office. So you buy some prepackaged Pastrami or maybe go a Deli and you get Deli selection of it. That's it's enough for a week weeks worth of sandwiches right. You get some bread. You'd get some mustard Mayo. Maybe lettuce and tomato chips on the side. Maybe get some other snacks to go with the lunch. And then you take that to the office and you see how it goes and you notice what satisfies you and what doesn't so in our sandwich. The jags apple. You're like ooh. I really wish I had some pickles with this or oh I wish I had some like Coleslaw on the side in the sandwich. I WANNA get that for next time or these little bags exit chips that I got just aren't really satisfying kind of want more chips to go with the sandwich so next time I get bigger single. Serve bags of chips or I'll get a big bag of chips and just bring that to the the office and served myself. How much on a given day right? So you can make adjustments based on what is satisfying to you. What gives you pleasure? And then next next time you can put those things that you decided you want on your shopping list and you might need to go shopping more often at first as you figure out. What's really satisfying pleasurable to you? And you'll likely need to add more food to whatever it. Is You pack. Because Diet cultures voice will probably still be strong in your head and it'll probably still be saying like donate so much pack a small portion whatever. Whatever so it's going to be important to keep adding more food as you go and keep really really listening to yourself in terms of what's actually satisfying pleasurable? But bottom line is you can totally pre pack and plan and use the experience of eating what you packed to make a different decision. Maybe for next time or to like to recognize. Oh I love this lunch. This is a great lunch GonNa have this as a part of my repertoire. I'M GONNA buy ingredients chance for this. Next time I go to the grocery store to maybe have this be a standing item on my list so I hope that's helpful and just to reassure you definitely do not need a to eat on demand exactly what you want in a given moment without any pre planning every time because that's just for people who have like oodles and noodles money or or a private chef. And obviously if you're at the start of your intuitive eating path and you have the means to do this then by all means like buy food out all the time that's great if that's that's what satisfying to you. But I think in the long term probably ninety nine percent of people listening wouldn't be able to sustain that forever. You wouldn't be able to post mates or for Siem less or whatever yet delivery of your favorite foods in the moment every single time you wanted to eat right. That's kind of a good short term solution for people who can afford that so that you can get used to having pleasurable foods but that's not gonna be a long term solution so for the vast vast majority of us we are going to need to have some preplanned prepacked meals and that is great. That is totally a part of intuitive. Eating don't let diet culture hijack that from

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"siem" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

Thinking Sideways Podcast

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"siem" Discussed on Thinking Sideways Podcast

"I heard that there is I only I saw guys in in jumpsuits found, obviously we're the power company, four times working on things, but there were a ladder wasn't you know, as if they were working up high in the nest, they were working low on a box, but I'm sure that people are stealing power and they're stealing cable all the time. No doubt one hour. You get a track it though. You're not. It's such a, it's such a. Fricken mess Melvin emails where the line goes anymore. So I really matter. Well, the thing is to you really can't bust everybody. It'd be millions of people who are doing and I'm sure. So you know, yeah, sounds like close time. Do you guys have any other random limb us? That's like he had a good time. I was like, I know I was. I was for a while. I was sort of planning a trip to southeast Asia, and there's this one place. It was just outside of Phnom Penh. Oh yeah. And they had you probably didn't go to this place, but this place I found the lonely planet guide. It was cool. They had like a lot of leftover relics from the wars. Then it has not besides the Vietnam war, of course, Cambodia to. Yeah. So you could go there and you could shoot a fully automatic AK price, and if you wanted to pay even more, you could actually maybe toss a live hand grenade. You know, there's all kinds of cool stuff. You didn't do any of that. When I when I was in Cambodia, we went to a Siem Reap and went to anchor watts. Yeah, three or four days touring those thousand years through God. How could you then we went to cynic Ville or seeing Ville, which is on the coast and hung out on the beach. So I didn't do any of that, but I know that there are all kinds of things like that, but there's all kinds of things like that in Laos in Vietnam land think you can shoot guns and blow stuff up in Vietnam as easily. But I'm sure you could in Cambodia and Thailand is I haven't been to Thailand from what I understand. It's kind of the weirder darker everything happens kind of place in terms of. I mean, there's tons of backpackers bound tons of backpackers. I mean, I ended up backpacker alleys, but it seems that that's more of a wild west city island. Yeah, Thailand. This kind of thing goes place. It's definitely the. The place to go. If you want to catch age. I mean, yeah, it is. He has that. I don't know that necessarily trim the anywhere that you go that you're being foolish not protecting yourself. Oh, for sure. Now, I guess. But apparently it's, it's a big sort of sex tourism destination for a lot of people while you're, I guess what I meant by the wild west was more people just go and they get wasted and the locals consider all tourists as Marx. I mean, it was this kind of like undiscovered paradise for awhile. It's my understanding that more and more like with every passing year. It's becoming more and more touristy. It's really westernising a lot. So things are getting more because it for a while. It was like, you could go, you get an Airbnb for like, literally fifteen US dollars for an entire month, right? That's your whole rent. And you just live right on everything. Super, super cheap. You live right on the river. You live this crazy Instagram life, and it's super cheap, and those Greenway do that as much as it can't last, you know..

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"siem" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"siem" Discussed on That's What She Said with Sarah Spain

"Football player he played syracuse he worked at syracuse had a great job at all check the box and all kinds of privilege and power local guy all all the power religion and and he died a few weeks ago in syracuse one of the many former football players who played the nfl who's now dead i played with with thirty two guys and no thirty two guys that i played with and and been around the game who never made fifty and and that's way too many people to know in a circle as as a fifth year old man to know so many men and part of what what happened with them and i is a siem gets to some of the same links to the issue of men's violence against women a lotta people will will disagree with this a lot of people try to say oh no these guys are all dead because see e and and the game is horrible well reggie white who died sleep apnea drome white throat brown who who who died in a car accident and all the guys that have cancer and only elements all these are the things that happened in their lives wasn't just because of ct in some of these guys it was because of especially some of the guys who died in suicide who dealing with depression issues and alcohol issues and drug issues because of painkillers than all these other things that wasn't just brain it was also part of their masculinity that didn't enable them to say i am hurting i need help i am not i am not this warrior whose impervious to pain and and and and volmer ability and sensitivity and emotional breakdown i am not and so these guys all taught to be warriors in the same thing that that makes them worries at the same things that made them vulnerable and and so and it's also some of the same things that leads to men's violence against women and so i if we don't start talking to men in this why why.

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"siem" Discussed on Channel 955

Channel 955

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on Channel 955

"You think i would twelve i mean his work pays a you are kiss him on the lips now don't jefferson i bad i thought laughed first when he had to guzman no not at all because i just know that any answer i was gonna say would be the wrong answer because i have no idea how female dresses let me let you arms have bang doesn't matter what number you said at all but when you laugh beforehand a your answer is no matter what seoul came back and as someone who's in a relationship let me give you the other tip always guess lau safe zero zero so i want that sounds tiny shining help malcolm charity whitewash asked what size again ninety i'm as emma's hero but she didn't know what she's a zero how do you like measures do any now hey who case all sections a hooker yesterday assam abatement nicknamed siphoned fix the grave events cheap array good for you it's cheaper ink here will animal rachel yoga joe die while you're had not ahead of god about the girls on the show guest the guy's wastes let's go against ncaa never guy like no no no no and i've also been extremely twice a i would say spike is either thirty two or thirty four thirty two what what what what lengthy you think you are the idea already wary two bikes like wow i'm single different to what we like overall what is among twenty nine in siem wetter i began everything hemmed i can't buy anything all ways yes we say go ahead come on be night little skinny of ads and more but i would you today injured any idea how have you say you're 38 no thirty six really good now you thirty thirty six thirty four but at my at my hire you at my biggest i was a you forty eight loud oh no joe that's amazing did you there's could you guys aghajari's module's soon come on i'm trying to say the battle hymn of 48 clarity.

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"siem" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

Erin Burnett OutFront

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on Erin Burnett OutFront

"Two earth and with the snowpack on the ground and these frigid temperatures it's going to see michael most daylight for some uh some of the states in the ohio valley the moon's going to siem sixteen percent brighter seven percent larger so we're starting the year with not only a full moon but it's a super moon and then by the end of the month we'll have another full moon that's called the blue moon and for some in the us it'll be a lunar eclipse by the end of the month not a bad way of starting off the first month of the year although we could do without the frigid cold out with that is pretty neat though thank you for explaining those things to us that we have to look forward to this month thank you so much tom sater and if you're into a different kind of wolf wolfman this is a tshirt that we have it's featuring our own wolf noon blitzer and it's actually available online yeah i know i'm getting line we'll be right back a plane crash in costa rica has claimed the lives of ten americans this was a small private airplane that went down in northwest costa rica on sunday afternoon the accident happened just minutes after takeoff and costa rican authorities are investigating at this point what went wrong the state department is pledging to provide assistance to those who have been affected and five of the victims are members of one new york family the couple in their three children all died in the crash cnn's gene kozara says joining us now gene tell us what you know about this this is really horrific in this the costa rica civil aviation has confirmed not only that 10 the ten passengers were all americans but it appears as though that two families just went down upon impact in this very fiery crash is you've been seat the time line yesterday according to officials they took off at twelve ten and they were at the point that you sleep that airport bound for.

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"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast

"Five in we only got him to take us to our hotel or hostile guest house and you know so travs like well i wanna go free urged the best way to anchor why no are waking up at five am the next one and they're like no and there was late nine pm at night so we had just landed so it would yet cordiant i took the reins early koji we will see you in the morning at 430 sharp sales because of buoyant heather and court which relationship with plenty and we have you know we had such a good time with him we are nautical about a of the top things do in siem reap it's now like really at the top of google when people google what to do in siem reap booties name is on their his numbers on their literally hundreds maybe thousands idle knowing booty tells us every day he has people coming for us who have requested him so much so that he now has not one car he has two vans these amounted to to twoband and his two best friends now duel with him have to has to give them business could use too many people so it's been a it was exactly why i wanted to i talk about one on a star travel podcast go wanted people to hear the stories the exactly why i wanted to start a travel blog when i started was two two if i had these experience i met these people i wanted other people to be able to have those experiences as well and so the hundreds of people again maybe even thousands we've heard from hundreds of people so there's a lot of people out there we haven't heard from that have used plenty have got to experience plenty and he's got to really make a living out of it and do what he loves and meet amazing people as well so that is he's the best person i've met it definitely the best story i do have to give a shout out to our driver in georgia my boy akko i was like a brother so bounty sweetest gentlest awesome akko our driver we met in georgia just cnn and a guy he's more like a he's still a really nice person but he's more like a hustler and ethics there whereas kunti is more like this gentle spirit.

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"siem" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Bigger better things of that so sneaky speaking of which i want to congratulate you on the hollywood walk of siem welldeserved you received out recently we are easy but i know you know it's 'cause it's in hollywood and right by that the theater there but can we define where it is to find it sure i know you know were george are rabin roddenberry mind growth to their okay um but i i don't know i i created wanted quite edward mm great repair i felt like i should come out there with a bucket in mopping clean it up a little bit we'll that particular areas not the people that don't live there live there little bit when i was there in the late eighties wasn't the greatest cleanest area of los angeles let's say right so there might happen here and there but just to have that is i mean that's the extraordinary that that's going to be a plaque that you've got on the wall somewhere in in something of pakistan from the back within and again congratulations for that final question we are on everything old is new again we we like to expose and and talk about the past and the present entertainment now certainly there's a new star trek series coming out called obstetric discovery and i dunno where we all without it on has been released yet but do you have any you like the precursor to all of this in the foundation to the to team in in the star trek world watching today or lease a piece of the foundation do you have any thoughts with respect to the new or new show that is now going to be released in september well i i am i don't think about it very much in mikey oh these old and and and i i try not to live in get the my age you start thinking about the new things to happen in europe the bad thing avenue when you were much younger but i i try to keep that a minimum look too who an and then and then and then tomorrow arctic moving forward right uh not a preoccupying well i don't think we were hoping for it well i had no idea or rumors back in court but i have no concrete evidence herbert hoover correct or not right or or moore not on i'm not quite sure but i work well.

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"siem" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"And gentleman happy that you are listening get sucked up with two thousand seventeen it's thursday and we had a talk about everything about you and your buck owes an allpoints in we will do markets will to trump plan will be to tax land the economy and unemployment attacks isn't deficit spending scam champs corruption you name but we cover it hope you have having a good day we are doing the show in the final hour of the market pre taping get as you know i'm on a trip i am in siem andrew scotland as we speak uh today i played the trump international course in scotland and let me be clear and concise about it definitely in my top three courses definitely and i played a lot uh awesome gorgeous hard windy rainy sunny cold winter in your face winds that a society of face you name it uh i hit the ball very well but that uk you really can't score there uh and a with a big part of the day was like part the last three holes coming in the last hole six hundred twenty seven yards uh i did pretty well but give the example as we wished wiping teeshots down the fairway and they were ending up in the course because wind the wind was just taken it ridiculously all over the place uh and we did i we don't want to play shorter clubs and stuff like that we we we couldn't care less any we had a great time uh tomorrow is the day off saturday will be playing one of the saint andrews courses unfortunately the old course has a off uh dunhill cup i believe it's a called any way if we.

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"siem" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on WCPT 820

"This is palmer president in siem consensuses live sciences see this welcome back to the same speed yes we have an incredible conversation today where the heads no specific subject stand no specific solutions dan mile all night acquaintance but that is royal family meeting as a yes yes we certainly means a stupid now with try to make it something that it's not okay let me get some crazy paul in chicago police say a man well you the bathroom i'm dr it on a highway near chicago john like care i was talking to lady di on the phone that's what i call you garang all china so what about a year you guys uh it all about a year on to all we were having an hour of i'll la la la monday the uh given what fired sanctuary at all the knob on now i thought michelle since one rahm emanuel i love the way you hear me well know you already all my life i'm not a raise senator joe here i'm not a right oh know you know schiller is gone so much for aiding scale nothing else and the white house inviting her in my opinion white marsh linda wifi all well well whatever you know i think patch trump's whole i'm all they want us to be applied at the white house today away now let me he had seen a lot of all go trump's of lawyers are no longer southern get out of there so many people that i know that are like well you all know all about once again the national and low amanda wait a minute warding more why why do we rush small let's get what i hear a lot of these la la land there you wanna to okay it will drive draws you is so fast we let him when he was on point do the game paul atherton it landed the it gets dropped out these we gotta do this thing over here when that happens let me get chef call it i suppose that song such a shot chairman mao sure throw heard the sugar bad breath regular research eric word brought i'm ed and to answer your questions eric we are better her my need whose birthday she eight a gala shape in that.

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"siem" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

Anna Faris Is Unqualified

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"siem" Discussed on Anna Faris Is Unqualified

"Does the third prison have a vested interest in you not being was josh through all friends road you're all part of siem fur and fur and group yeah we're all really close but especially close but well all right let's think about like do you being selfish and end like i mean that in like a way of of truly be in bulish because began as as women were sort of toss and not be selfish for most of our live even the term selfish i think is arroni us just be you and be politically consider it just in terms of socially caring none of but at the same time be you for right now what would you like for yeah i mean canada two like i decided to do that and i know it's not gonna probably be like receive and their backed away our friend than all the people we know that i mean i'm just trying to be happy and i just want everybody else you know could accept it in their own time and i don't want my way from the loser's jog you know do you think he's going to his job with utoe your friend who his boss that you guys are doing well just because just because for some reason this friend is like fiercely loyal to maxine on say and so even though they're all friends i think he's going to take his exfiancee side and just be really touch mental about it and i mean that's fine like.

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